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Consulting Tools and Tips (Coursera)

Dec 5th 2022
Consulting Tools and Tips (Coursera)
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This is the #4 course in the specialization on management consulting. Management consultants are quick learners. When you first join a generalist consulting firm, you are expected to learn core consulting skills and will likely be staffed on projects across industry and functions.
Dec 5th 2022
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47.00 EUR/month

Consulting Presentations and Storytelling (Coursera)

Dec 5th 2022
Consulting Presentations and Storytelling (Coursera)
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This is the #5 course in the specialization on management consulting. In the previous 4 courses, we’ve learned how consultants break down problems with tools and logical thinking. Now, it’s time to bring all the parts together into consulting-quality presentations and deliverables.
Dec 5th 2022
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47.00 EUR/month

Consulting Approach to Problem Solving (Coursera)

This is the #3 course in the specialization on management consulting. Management consultants excel at solving difficult and complex business problems. How do they do this? Shouldn’t clients know more about their situation than external consultants?

Getting a Consulting Job (Coursera)

This is the #2 course in the specialization on management consulting. In this course, we will learn how consulting firms work and how they make money. This can help you network with recruiters and prepare for the case interviews.

Introduction to Management Consulting (Coursera)

Dec 5th 2022
Introduction to Management Consulting (Coursera)
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Management consultants are paid well because they help executives to break down complex problems, make difficult decisions, and implement lasting change. Consultants know how to work smart and fast.
Dec 5th 2022
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45.00 EUR/month

Business Intelligence and Competitive Analysis (Coursera)

By the end of 2019, it is clear that American Airlines (AAL), the world’s largest airline group, is in trouble. With the growth rate of its stock price ranked at the bottom of all major US airlines and going in the opposite direction from the SP500 index, AAL needs [...]